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Law (Postgraduates)

The Australian Guide to Legal Citation (AGLC)

Using EndNote to manage references

Why would I use EndNote?

  • EndNote is a brilliant time saver.
  • EndNote stores all of your references in one place, including files like pdfs.
  • EndNote can make a bibliography in any style you want, like Harvard, APA, Vancouver, Chicago, AGLC footnotes, or styles required for publishing in a wide range of journals.
  • You can make extensive notes about each reference in EndNote in preparation for your literature review.
  • You don't even have to type the reference details in yourself; you can transfer the information from library databases or catalogues, or Google Scholar.
  • EndNote is free to SCU staff and students.

Go to the EndNote LibGuide for further information.

Using AGLC4 with EndNote

Check out the information on the EndNote LibGuide on how to set up EndNote to work with the law referencing style AGLC4.